Biotechnology and Genetic Resource Policies
Bioversity International, 2003
Brief 1. Phillips, P. W. B. Policy, national regulation, and international standards for GM foods. Brief 2. Díaz-Bonilla; E.; Robinson, S. Biotechnology, trade, and hunger. Brief 3. Pardey, P. G.; Wright, B. D.; Nottenburg, C.; Binenbaum, E.; Zambrano, P. Intellectual property and developing countries: freedom to operate in agricultural biotechnology. Brief 4. Nottenburg, C.; Pardey, P. G.; Wright, B. D. Accessing other people's technology. Brief 5. Giannakas, K. Infringement of intellectual proerty rights: developing countries, agricultural biotechnology, and the TRIPs agreement. Brief 6. Koo, B.; Pardey, P. G.; Wright, B. D. Conserving genetic resources for agriculture: counting the cost.
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